FIRE WATER (about fluoride in toothpaste etc) P2

In the US, they’ve never been approved by the FDA for human administration, and in Australia, the TGA, the Therapeutic Goods Administration, has never undertaken any testing at all. So, government relies on vague claims like, “Oh well, we don’t see people dropping dead in the street when we fluoridate a town, so therefore it must be safe.”

 

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

Does it get eliminated out of the body?

 

David McRae:

Fluoride is cumulative. You can eliminate, a healthy person can eliminate about half of what they ingest per day. The rest is stored in bones or effects thyroid gland, pineal gland, and a few other body systems, but a person with poor kidneys eliminates less than half, almost none. So, people with kidney disease are at especially great risk of toxic effects from fluoride.

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

That’s very interesting you mention Belgium because Belgium is where Queensland get their fluoride from.

 

Diana Buckland:

Oh, of course, yes, yes. Well, see, they’re so smart they don’t have it. So, they send it to us to put in the dumb Australians’ water you see, to dumb us down, and it’s working. Yes, that’s your silicofluoride poisons that is a combination of your sodium silicofluoride and your sodium hexafluorosilicate. So, drink up Queenslanders. Drink up Australians.

This is also the other one. This is also the other one you get in your water supplies, which is the sodium fluoride. This is the bed buddy of this one, dangerous, toxic by its poison of course toxic by ingestion. Target organs are your kidneys, your bones, your central nervous system, your gastrointestinal system and your teeth. So how smart are we?

 

Ann Bressington:

So, to me, no matter how much we’re are out there saying it’s a toxic waste. People don’t get it. It doesn’t sink in because it is beyond their belief that a government would do this. Why? I have people say to me, “Well, why would a government put poison in our water?” I go, “Well, I don’t really know. I think it’s got something to do with money!” You know, they don’t get it.

 

Sandy Sanderson:

How it’s made and the components, you know, not just fluoride but silicofluorides come packaged up with other contaminants such as lead, arsenic, cadmium, radon, mercury. They all come because it’s an industrial waste product that they actually dump into the water supply with no processing, straight from the chimneys, repackaged into the water.

So, people often don’t realize that they’re not even getting a pharmaceutical grade fluoride in the drinking water. I mean that, to me, is a total insult, and even more worrying is that politicians don’t know where the fluoride comes from. They don’t now. I just found out we’re getting our source from China. So, we’re getting all their industrial pollutants repackaged for us. You don’t know what’s in there, who’s tested it, where are the test results to show what the ingredients are? What it’s made up of, how much fluoride is in there, and how much other stuff is in there? We don’t know. The politicians don’t know. Who’s running the show here?

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

It’s interesting Sandy should bring up this point. She is correct. The vast majority of the time, we basically have no idea of the contaminant levels in the toxic junk cocktail of each batch of fluorosilicic acid or its bed buddies. She is also correct that China supplies some fluoride to Australia. However, soon after interviewing Sandy, when filming the Adelaide portion of this documentary, we were fortunate enough to be handed an exclusive Freedom of Information  package by the  Honorable Ann Bressington, MLC and Dr. Andrew Harms. This includes analysis of various batches of silicofluoride poisons, each of which is unique in chemical composition.

The full documentation of the raw chemical analyses is available at the link provided on the screen. This Freedom of Information will shock most viewers. Aluminum, up to 71 milligrams per Liter, arsenic, 5.2 milligrams a Liter, mercury, 7.9 milligrams a Liter, even uranium. The list goes on and on. We are even so blessed to have sodium fluoride certificate of analysis from Shanghai, China, but before we all rush to our kitchen taps for a drink, back to Sandy.

 

Sandy Sanderson:

I think that water authorities are always looking to make bigger profit and to look to buy it in cheaper and the Chinese resources are much cheaper. They’re following the American lead and this sourcing their sodium silicofluoride from China has become a big trend in America, which Australian water authorities are now starting to follow one by one. So in the past, we had probably most of our fluoride products coming from local chemical companies, but that’s shifting now.

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

So, I travelled around and we’re now in Port Macquarie, in New South Wales, a beautiful coastal town. Dr. Alexander, are most other dentists you know aware that water fluoridation chemicals are actually industrial-grade waste products?

 

Caree Alexander:

Well, from my personal research, I would say the majority of them are not aware. A lot of them do know and they do know what it is but they still believe somehow that the government is right in doing what it’s doing, and they believe that they’re doing citizens a favor by supporting water fluoridation. However, when I graduated from university, we weren’t given any information about where it came from. We all assumed it was calcium fluoride. We would have thought they wouldn’t have put anything else other that pharmaceutical grade fluoride into the water.

Then, the ADA was very good at covering up what the actual chemicals being used were and where they were from. Many times, I contacted the ADA and said, “What exactly is this chemical that’s going into the water? Where is it from?” You know, at that stage, I already knew and I had a pretty good idea of what it was that I got replies like, “Thank you for your comments, Dr. Alexander. Don’t bother contacting us again,” basically.

So now, probably in the last, maybe 5 to 8 years, the ADA’s actually put on their website the fact  that it is hydrofluorosilicic acid is the main chemical being used in Australia to fluoridate the water supplies. So, there is absolutely no excuse for any dentist out there to say they don’t know what it is.

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

Do you think they’d be shocked if they knew that this was the case?

 

 

Caree Alexander:

Yeah, well I’ve confronted quite a few dentists and said, “Do you know? Do you realize?” They have acted shocked but not shocked enough to go away and do anything about it or do much research.

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

Do you know where the fluoridation chemicals come from?

 

Caree Alexander:

I have been told that they’re coming, the ones that are coming to Port Macquarie, are  coming  from  Incitec  Pivot,  a  phosphate fertilizer company in Geelong, and I suspect that we will also be receiving chemicals from China.

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

Fluoridation chemicals are made from?

 

Caree Alexander:

They’re made from superphosphate manufacturing, also aluminium production and they’re collected in the smoke stacks. They’re wetted down and collected in a liquid form, put in barrels, and marked “highly toxic dangerous S7 poison”, and shipped off to councils to add, to drip into our water supply. Industrial grade. We’re drinking industrial-grade fluoride chemicals.

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

From the fresh fluoridation battle hot spot of Port Macquarie, we travelled to the long-time stronghold for the fluoride faithful, but as unbelievable as it may seem, even this neck of the woods has been giving fluoride pushers headaches of late, thanks to the courageous individuals such as Ann Bressington and a certain prominent dentist, who the Australian Dental Association now wishes never called himself a “Past President”.

Some histories are set in stone. Dr. Andrew Harms, former President of the Australian Dental Association’s South Australia Branch, realized more than a decade ago that something was terribly wrong with water fluoridation. Since then, he has appeared on programs such as Today Tonight to voice his concerns, travelled with Dr. Paul Connett around Australia, and given numerous guest speaker presentations on the issue. Dr. Harms was one of only two Australians to attend the 28th International Society for Fluoride Research Conference in 2008 in Toronto, Canada. The other was Fire Water’s Production Manager, Anna Michalik.

 

Andrew Harms:

When I did read the science about 10 years ago, I started to get serious concerns. My concerns were based around the fact that I didn’t realize that we weren’t using natural fluoride, so-called natural fluoride or calcium fluoride, but we were using a common industrial waste. This industrial waste is mainly coming from the superphosphate industry but also recently from industrial waste from China, of which we don’t have a really good idea of the origins.

I didn’t realize that fluoridation involved dumping about 700 tons of industrial waste, mainly for the superphosphate industry, into Adelaide’s water supply and it’s not a pharmaceutical grade, it’s an industrial grade. Some of the contaminants are aluminium, mercury, low levels of uranium, beryllium, cadmium and this has quite shocked me, because there are no long-term studies looking at the effect of dosing millions of people with hundreds of tons of chemicals every year.

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

Perhaps, you might just give us a little bit of information about the book that you’re holding.

 

Andrew Harms:

Yes, look. It’s a fantastic new book co-authored by Professor Paul Connett, The Case Against Fluoride. This book is just fantastic, and I am going to trawl through it several times.  I commend everybody to get a copy of this and have a thorough read. The other book that’s very good is The Fluoride Deception by Chris Bryson and that was the book that showed the skulduggery of the American government, the United States government, and Alcoa and other industrial groups, in pushing fluoridation into the community in the forties and fifties. Chris Bryson’s book was my turning point, and when I saw the extent of the fraud and the funny money that went to validate fluoridation, I realized there was a problem.

 

PART 2:  CRIMES AGAINST THE INNOCENT

Scott Sheerin:

This is Incitec Pivot, Geelong, where they make fluorosilicic acid they’re putting in my local water supplies in Geelong. They claim that this is all good for our children and I do not want this stuff being drunk by my children, especially my disabled child with compromised kidneys.

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

This is Jessica, Scott’s daughter. Her father refused to pay for the silicofluoride-poisoned water supplied by his local water supplier, Barwon Water, under government orders. Jessica is a cancer survivor. Following chemotherapy and her illness, Jessica’s kidneys are severely compromised. Her overall disposition is such that she is highly sensitive to all dietary and environmental toxins.

Scott is now being threatened with actions by authorities, attempting to force him to pay for poisoned water that  could  harm  his  daughter.  Water that contains a medication to which he did not give his consent. Water, containing a medication, to which he did not consent to on behalf of his children. Water, containing a medication, never properly tested for safety for long-term human administration. An industrial-grade Schedule 7 Poison, laced with toxic heavy metal contaminants scrubbed from the pollution smokestacks of industry.

 

Scott Sheerin:

My story started, especially been interested in this four years ago, when my daughter was diagnosed with a tumor. Before that, I wasn’t active in anything. I spent one year while she went through hell getting chemo and radiotherapy. Out of that, she lost her eyesight, some of her mobility, some of her IQ, and her kidneys and other bodily organs have been left damaged. She’s a happy girl, but we still have to look after her 24/7. Since they’ve put fluoride in our water, I’ve had to look that up, ever wary of any sort of toxins in my daughter’s diet., and after a lot of educating myself I have come to the conclusion, just on the facts and the science, that I cannot let my daughter drink this stuff.

FIRE WATER (about fluoride in toothpaste etc)

I’ve lost all faith in my government, and the scientists it keeps.

Beware of these governments. They’ve let you down. They’ve sold you out and the whole community is suffering.

They’re all criminals, actually.

They’re  not  ready  to  give  it  up  now  because  they’ll  be exposed as having been wrong all these years.

It’s genocide. It’s so wrong against the people.

It’s the asbestos of tomorrow.  It’s killing us slowly.

Mainstream media should be absolutely ashamed.

When  I  saw  the  extent  of  the  fraud  and  the  funny money, I realized there was a problem.

These lies are just pedaled, and pedaled, and pedaled. We must stop this. And the truth must be given to the population of Australia, once and for all.

This is the livelihood and the well-being of our children and grandchildren that is at stake here.

Sometimes I even question is life worth living? And I’ve thought about it, but, you know, if I do that just makes the bastards who did what they did to the water, just letting them get away with it. I need to stand and fight, and try and gather as much strength as I can.

 

Ann Bressington:

I’m Ann Bressington. I’m a Member of the Legislative Council of South Australia, an Independent in the Parliament, and have been looking into fluoride now for probably six months. I’m disgusted at what I found. Fluoride and fluoridation of our water supply, I believe, is one of the greatest health frauds of our time, and it’s put many, many people at risk, at risk of ill health and of pain and suffering in their life.

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

Water is life.  The majority of our bodies are comprised of water. Access to safe water is a fundamental human right, but there is something dark happening in this country, something insidious and inescapable. There is a poison in the tap water with a sinister and dubious history, surrounded by ignorance, propaganda, corruption, corporate science and cover-ups. Now, there is more urgency than ever before to expose the truth of this chemical to the public for it is destined to flow from virtually every last Australian faucet. The poison is fluoride. You have been lied to, and now, the truth.

 

Hello, my name is Jaya Chela Drolma.  I’m an independent filmmaker. In September 2010, I was invited by safe water advocates in Geelong, in Victoria, to record the account of a single fluoride hypersensitivity sufferer. However, it quickly became apparent that so many Australian voices were crying out to be heard on this issue that I decided to give this wide variety of individuals the voice they deserved. Out of the flames of growing anger across the nation came Fire Water: Australia’s Industrial Fluoridation Disgrace, a raw and scathing indictment of Australia’s archaic yet all-pervasive mandatory water fluoridation policies, comprised of nineteen full interviews.

Pro-fluoridation authorities are facing a new threat, informed citizens of the Information Age who are mobilizing as nationwide grass roots community action networks. Fire Water is a film for the Australian people, and the people are saying to all water poisoners, “You will be held accountable for your actions. You will not poison us, our children, or, our environment, not without a fight.” As the waves of truth crash relentlessly upon Australian shores, the fluoridation façade crumbles with each passing day, leaving Australia in the shadows of the medico-scientific dark ages.

 

PART 1: FIRST THINGS FIRST—JUST WHAT THE HELL ARE WE DRINKING?

It may come as a shock to most people that the fluoridation chemicals used to fluoridate water supplies throughout Australia are actually highly toxic industrial waste products, scrubbed from pollution smokestacks of big industry. If you were thinking white coats and rigorous pharmaceutical lab testing, forget it. The untreated industrial pollution waste is placed directly into tanker trucks and driven to your local fluoridation plant, and added to water at a concentration of, on average, one milligram per Liter.

We are approaching the grounds of Incitec Pivot, a leading global chemicals company, based in Geelong, Australia. As you can see, the grounds are lush and green, quite benign, really. Perhaps, this is due to the fact that Incitec specializes in fertilizer manufacturing, as the yellow sign to our left shows.

This is the front entrance, and keep in mind for later that this is an industrial chemical plant. My driver meanwhile has been filling me on something the locals refer to as “air shed”. Until now, I’d been unfamiliar with this term. Just to the end of this road, more to this phenomena shall be revealed. Employee offices are to our right, and, as we travel up the street towards the ocean just over the water, one can begin to see Alcoa in the distance. Alcoa is an aluminium smelting factory, a process of which fluoride is a major byproduct. The air shed atmospheric discharge from Alcoa’s operation is of major concern to many Geelong residents.  People are breathing in fluoride fumes and also having toxic pollution particles wash into their rainwater tanks.

So, back to Pivot. We’re now at the rear of the factory, and, as you can see, things are not so pretty anymore. It’s a dirty area, just as one would expect from an industrial chemical manufacturer. It’s hard to make out through the grime, but you can just see Pivot’s fertilizer symbol on the center tank. Pivot, of course, is Australia’s leading supplier of fluorosilicic acid. This is a highly corrosive and toxic Schedule 7 poison, which is used to fluoridate drinking water across Australia. You will note the Safety Data Sheet from Incitec Pivot says, “An acid and an S7 poison. It is corrosive and toxic,” charming stuff.

Just around the corner from those dirty buildings are decidedly newer facilities, “Because the land is your life.” Once again we are reminded that this is a fertilizer industrial plant, catering to the farming community, not to formula-fed babies nor any other consumer of public drinking water.

As we travel along, over there, those oversized golf balls. They house a variety of chemicals. It is generally shocking to most people when they first discover that fluoridation chemicals added to their drinking water are untreated, toxic industrial waste products, which have never been proven safe for long-term human ingestion. Fluorosilicic acid is recovered from the smoke stack scrubbers during the production of phosphate fertilizer and sold around Australia, primarily by Incitec Pivot.

Why do you think fluoride is dangerous and should not be added to water?

 

Mystery Man:

Oh, it’s a poison. Yeah, it’s a poison, and I’ve done some research and countries that use it compared to countries that don’t use it. There’s no benefit with tooth decay. That’s the only reason they put it in our water.

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

You were mentioning that you felt it was corrosive. Could you give me a first-hand, what you feel about that statement?

 

Mystery Man:

Just from what I’ve seen at work. Like with, they had to spend  huge  amounts  of  money on like the  best  metals, stainless steel, titanium, what not, and it just corrodes everything  over a long enough period, just eats through everything.

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

Do you think people in Geelong should have a choice whether or not fluoride would be added to their drinking water?

 

Mystery Man:

Definitely.

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

How does it make you feel that they’re forcing fluoride?

 

Mystery Man:

It’s genocide. It’s so wrong against the people. Water, it’s something we need every day. We shouldn’t have to be poisoned by drinking it.

 

Merilyn Haines:

The fluoride chemicals inAustralia are either sodium fluoride or two silicofluoride chemicals, sodium silicofluoride, which is solid, and hydrofluorosilicic acid, which is a liquid. A lot of the silicofluorides come from Incitec Pivot in Geelong. Sodium fluoride used to come from aluminium smelting, but nowadays most of the fluoro chemicals used are the two silicofluorides. They can either be produced locally from Incitec Pivot or they can be imported from China, particularly, or sometimes Belgium and Japan. I mean they are waste products of the fertilizer industry.

The silicofluorides are waste products of the fertilizer industry. What happens is that there’s fluoride in the phosphate rock, along with silicon. When they make superphosphate fertilizer, they’re converting insoluble phosphate to soluble phosphates so that plants can take it up. They crush the phosphate rock. They mix it with sulfuric acid and then you get two gases coming off. You get hydrogen fluoride and you get silicotetrafluoride.

These two gases go into a wet scrubber, and they spray water in from the top and when the gases dissolve in the water, they combine together and they form a new compound called hydrofluorosilicic acid.  They, then, keep on recycling that water through the wet scrubber, dissolving more and more of these gases as they’re coming off, until they get to about 25% hydrofluorosilicic acid, which they then send off. They don’t clean it up any more than that. They send it off in tankers, rubber-lined tankers, to fluoridation plants, which are attached to water treatment plants.

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

Goodness me. I don’t think most Australian people are aware of where this chemical actually comes from. How do you?

 

Merilyn Haines:

I just want to add, too, sorry. With the sodium silicofluoride, what they do is they then react the hydrofluorosilicic acid with sodium carbonate, or another name for that is soda ash. Then, you get the precipitate. They filter the precipitate off. They dry it. They bag it, and they send that to areas that are further away where they can’t tanker the liquid form.

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

What do you think, just as a matter of interest for the viewers, do you think people would actually be horrified if they found out that this is actually what they’re drinking?

 

Merilyn Haines:

I think they would. Most people don’t want to be drinking toxic waste of any form, and particularly from an aluminium smelting, toxic waste or fertilizer toxic waste. That’s why the government tries to deny that it is toxic waste, but that’s exactly what it is.  They don’t deliberately make these fluorides as a product. They’re actually a waste product of other industries.

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

So, have these industrial chemicals even been properly tested for safety?

 

Merilyn Haines:

Never. No.

 

Jaya Chela Drolma:

Anywhere in the world? Anywhere in the world?

 

Merilyn Haines:

In the early days. In the early days they did toxicity studies  on  sodium  fluoride,  but  that  was  pharmaceutical  grade  sodium fluoride. They have never ever tested the sodium, the silicofluoride chemicals, particularly the industrial grade that they use because they don’t clean them up. They are allowed to have small amounts of heavy metals in these chemicals.

 

David McRae:

The silicofluorides, that’s fluorosilicic acid and the sodium salt of it. They’re, nowadays, sourced from the phosphate fertilizer industry down here in Geelong, from Incitec Pivot fertilizers. They’re a waste product from manufacturing the fertilizer. After the rock’s crushed and boiled up in sulfuric acid, the waste fumes that would normally go out the chimney stack and carry a huge amount of fluoride. They capture it in the wet scrubbing system, the pollution scrubbing system, and those tanks of captured pollution effluent  are  then  what’s  sold  to  water  authorities  for  putting  into  water supplies as fluoridation.

So, it’s really a raw, unpurified pollution extract from industry, which is really unfortunate, because they’re contaminated as well. I mean, they’re 90% fluoride, but they also contain mercury, arsenic, lead and other very, very toxic heavy metal contaminants. The other part of your question was about testing for safety. No, those silicofluorides have had, to the best of my knowledge, no safety testing at all. And by that I mean the kind of safety testing that’s required for medical drugs. They’ve never gone through that process.



Promoted by: San Diego SEO & Dental Marketing
All Copyright © 2017 doctorvince.com or its affiliates.